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building told us they were patted down before they were allowed to leave. >> we started clearing the building, and looking for the suspect or a person matching that description that was given to us. did not, did not find anyone matching that description. >> officers gave the all clear just before 8:00. the suspect description was vague and officers say they haven't been able to track the original 911 call. school officials say the large police response was warranted. >> i don't think you can ever call anything to this nature an overreaction in the day and age we live in. any time we receive a possible threat on campus we have to take it seriously. >> reporter: the campus president told us they don't have surveillance cameras but are in the process of tracking them down. reporting live in san jose, matt keller. >>> now to robert honda, he's been talking to students who have been locked down for hours some on their graduation night, robert. >> reporter: that's right, it was supposed to be a night of celebrations or at least that was the plan. the scene of police officers and s.w.a.
that is meant to draw the dust down. >> because a lot of different combustible chemicals are used, a shell every -- a shelter in order was placed. >> any reports of anybody sickened by it. >> not that i'm aware of at this time. >> reporter: employees tell us the family owned business has been here for almost two the kaeudz -- two decades and that it's a great place to work. >> we were just getting new machines in and we were doing such good business. everything was great. >> reporter: the battalion chief says that they'll have to inspect the machines. the company hopes to be back in business soon in a location near by. amber lee. >>> more details now on c & h enterprises. the company shows photos of some of the company's manufacturing work. at ktvu.com we have posted more video from that fire. just look on the bay area news tab. >>> more proof that thieves are active all over the bay area. a viewer in san jose sent us this video. you can see a woman pushing a stroller wake -- walk up and take a package that had just been delivered. it was a box of kids dvds that had been delivered moments ea
our coverage. she's live in san rafael and is telling us it's been raining off and on there for several hours. >> reporter: we're in downtown san rafael where it's raining right now. people are out and about. and they're preparing for the storm even though the storm is not expected to pack a punch. these sandbags are staying put. they say the storm flooded sunday morning and hope this round of rain will not cause any additional problems. >> are you worried about the afternoon? >> hopefully it won't be that bad. >> this is where we keep all our rain boots, rain suits. >> reporter: inside the store there's what's called a rain room. tonight some shelves need restocking. there's been a shortage on tarps and repair supplies. >> they will wait, when it happens you will see them comeing in in droves. >> reporter: this kindergarten teacher says he's learned his lesson he's finally bought his rain gear tonight. >> got really wet actually. so much i got sick over the weekend as well. just being out and about. >> reporter: we saw the thomas family putting christmas decora
at 2:00 p.m. as they looked for evidence. they're trying to determine what type of firearm was used. >> some of the things they'll look at, they'll do tray gyrator. try to get an angle of bullet holes. and try to match it up for evidence they find. >> investigators don't believe the marineas targets car was unmarked. witnesses say another car with two marines pulled off the highway to help the victim. >> remarkably calm. that's marines for you, i guess. >> in our neighborhood? this is crazy. >> it just goes to show it can happen any time, anywhere and just count your blessings every day. people that you love. >> reporter: the sheriff's department is asking for the public's help and wants to talk with anyone who was traveling on 85 at around 1:00 this afternoon. reporting live in cupertino. >> about 3.5-miles from where that shooting occurred a preschool was placed on lockdown as police searched for three burglary suspects. good samaritan preschool was put on lockdown. the search began when they tried to stop a car that was speeding nearby. three men jumped out of that car. police co
, firefighters, police and others used special tools to raise the train, and pull the woman out from under it. >> investigators are trying to determine exactly the cause. what led to her getting struck. >> the woman was snagged by the trolley, pulled out of her chair, and dragged for a block. the unidentified woman is now at san francisco general hospital. >>> in 12 minutes, a new twist for newny's central subway project. how plans for a new station, and plans to bury a piece of equipment are easing concerns in one neighborhood. >>> crews are working through the night to repair damage caused by a massive sinkhole. ktvu's noah walker is live on the scene to show us what's happening now. >> reporter: it's a not so silent night here in lafayette. there's a constant shuttle of heavy equipment in and out of this area around the sinkhole. which is that black hole right behind me. just beyond it, workers are making repairs on water lines that were taken out, when the roadway caved in. instead of stars and crickets, the night is filled with generator lights, bulldozers, and buzz saws. >> well what ca
, they will hit you and keep going. they hit a dog, keep going. >> reporter: frustrated neighbors told us speeding cars are a common problem in this residential area just off of sonoma boulevard. now it's cost the life of a man who was well known in this vajello. >> reporter: the victim was a long time reenactor with the dickens theater. anyone with information about the driver or the vehicle in this case should call police. we're live in vallejo, eric rasmussen. >>> a man on a dirt bite was struck and killed today by an amtrak train. it happened this morning in oakland between big break and big hedge road. the victim still has not been identified. if train had left oakland and was heading toward bakersfield. there were 93 passengers at the time none was injured. >>> we're on storm watch as a first in a series of storms moving into the bay area and sets up a wet morning commute. wind and rain are pushing closer to the area at this hour. aeb our and our chief meteorologist bill martin is tracking that rain and exactly when the center of the storm, when do you think it's going to hit. >> reporter: i
miedo? >> no, no tengo miedo. >> reporter: in spanish, cardova told us she was not afraid. >> she said i saw the bullet and i threw myself over them so it might hit me and not them. from her hospital bed today, cardova shows us where she was hit. the bullet missing her hurt. in spanish she told us she felt no pain, but felt bad about not being able to be with her children. >> yeah, pretty good mom. >> reporter: she's a pretty good mom? >> yes. >> reporter: today church members attended to show they're support. investigators say they are following leads but made no arrests. >>> coming up at 10:30, oakland police announce a plan to curve violence. the big name they're bringing in to try to make the streets safe again. >>> retired general norman schwarzkoft divide today of pneumonia. >> you all are better trained, you're better equipped, better led. believe it or not despite of mres you're better fed. but most of all you're a hell of a lot tougher than they are. >> reporter: general schwarzkoft led in kuwait in 1991. storming norman as he was known died at the age of 78. >>> general schwar
haener. ken wayne joins joins us now and says this isn't the first pipe bomb found in pleasanthill in the last few days. >> reporter: this is the second pipe bomb found at a pleasant hill school and now investigators are trying to determine if they are connected. >> right outside the window. and had it gone off it would have caused damage to the school, absolutely. >> reporter: the children were evacuated and taken to a church next door where their parents picked them up. the bomb squad was called in. >> found that it did contain an explosive inside and it was a live explosive device. >> reporter: no one was injured. police tracked down a red pickup truck and arrested three teenagers. >> we have some good leads. we have some video we're hoping to examine and determine whether or not they're involved in other crimes. >> it was frightening and i just heard it before coming here, but it does seem out of place. >> reporter: nicole becker just moved here from san francisco. >> a little small quiet town, the burbs, just something nice, quiet. a little scary knowing something is going on.
insurance. >> if it does we'll just have to take off and leave again. we can't stay, we have to use common sense. >> reporter: earlier today we spoke to the executive director of joint powers authority. the regional agency made up of three cities and two counties takes care of flood control issues. >> the joint power authority has approved a project that will rebuild the whole levy system. >> reporter: it was easy to see where creek water boiled up on the other side pushing water into the neighborhood. east palo alto's new city manager said with more rain on the way crews needed to shore up and put sandbags down. >> we expect that this will keep us through that time, this will work through this spring. hopefully no rain and no major rains between now and then after that and then they'll start the work in the fall. >> reporter: pamela says that the first flood coincided with her first bout of cancer. >> as long as we're alive and we have something to eat, we're cool. too late to move now. >>> the bryant family who lives here in east palo alto their home also flooded and they shared these ph
over same-sex marriage in california is now headed to the highest court. the u.s. supreme court said it will take up the issue deciding the legality of california's ban on same-sex marriage. it was approved in 2008 but lower courts ruled it was unconstitutional. we have team coverage. ktvu's eric rasmussen on how the supreme court is at a historic cross roads. but we begin in san francisco, today's decision leaves many people with mixed decisions. >> reporter: i talked with dozen of people tonight and there was a huge range of emotions, excitement, concern and also some confusion. >> reporter: holiday lights lights and friday night crowds but ask people on the street and many are away that today's decision could change lives and history. >> great idea. we need decide. so this is a great idea. >> matter of basic rights. >> reporter: today's decision means that same-sex couples in couple must put marriage plans on hold again. they plan to marry next fall in new york. >> we would have been exchanging vows and celebrating our love and commitment next week but with this decision it is bit
or any changes they will make. we do know the burglars used a sledge hammer to break into the mall, because they left it behind. >>> drivers first noticed lights were out at about 7:30. caltrans tells us a main circuit breaker tripped. crews say they took care of the problem and that all the lights were back on just after 9:00 this evening. now to the south bay where santa clara sheriff's deputy took three people into custody. it ended right at the base of mount hamilton. sheriff department officials say deputies were suspicious of a white pickup truck so they checked the plates on the car and it came back as a stolen vehicle. the driver took off after being stopped but police eventually stoped the car and took everyone inside into custody. >>> right now we're getting word of developing news in east oakland where police are investigating a shooting just south of the oakland coliseum. we have a photographer on the scene collecting information and we will bring you details as soon as we learn them. >>> the word is now final, four fire stations will be closing. they slated to go dark
overnight at a reno hospital. yet the ski patrol used explosives to trigger the avalanche in a private area of the resort near lake tahoe. resort officials say the avalanche broke much higher and wider on the slope than expected burying foster in the snow. >>> we'll go to the sierra for updates on conditions there tonight as this latest storm bringing everyone more snow to the high country. you can get the latest weather conditions any time online or on your mobile device at ktvu.com. look for the link to storm tracker 2 near the top of the page. you can also follow us on twitter. we postupdates on the ktvu channel 2 facebook page. >>> police found dozens of shell casings on the ground where a man was shot and killed. neighbors told our photographer that they heard multiple gunshots. police say they found a man on the street and he died on the way to the hospital. the coroner's office has not yet released the victim's name. >>> a woman is recovering tonight after being hit when stray bullets pierced the wall of her church in oakland. it happened as some 100 worshipers attended evening servi
where the 56-year-old man was gunned down last night. just moments ago, his family spoke with us about their loss. >> he's very kind. very caring. he gets along with everybody. >> the killing of quinn jun sun is the talk of the neighborhood. neighbors tell me, sun, a chiropractor lived here with his wife and has two children. >> the whole neighborhood is worried. we don't want this had a happen again. >> reporter: around 8:40 last night, neighbors say they heard two gunshots. police are still investigating why sun was killed. neighbors suspect robbery. >> i was highly upset, the lady, his wife was my friend. it's really sad. they're very nice people. they did nothing to hurt anybody. >> reporter: neighbors say these homes were built four years ago. a project to beautify oakland. it's located off of 880, an area where violence is common. >> it was a dream for me to buy property for my children. my children's father was murdered. this really hits home for me. >> reporter: she and others tell me when they bought their homes, the developer provided safety measure. >> it was a constant secu
us about the problems it caused. >> reporter: it is raining right now. we are along 101 tonight. a highway patrol officer took us long as she worked in the rain during one of the busiest periods of the year. >> reporter: sounding her siren she fought traffic to respond to an accident. it involved a motorcycle and a car. one of five crashes they responded to around 6:00 p.m. tonight. officers say they were all weather related. >> reporter: minutes later she spotted the driver of his car speeding past her car, going 80 miles per hour in a 55 miles per hour zone. the officer sited the driver for speeding. >> she was initially in the slow lane and one turn went straight to the fast lane. >> reporter: this time of year people are rushing around trying to get things down for the holidays so drivers are stressed and distracted. ingredient for an accident. >> incredible this year. much worse than any other year. >> reporter: it appears there are more people on the roads. >> the exits off the freeway are blocked because people are trying to get into the shopping centers. >> reporter: the
year, and everybody out here is used to it. >> some folks may not get their mail today? >> no, they'll get it tomorrow and the next day. >> reporter: kraig was weighing his options. but then again, it's not his car. >> wait a minute, he's making the it decision on your car? so if he goes for it, and it doesn't work out? >> really mad, big trouble. >> reporter: very slowly, kraig and lacey inched their way through the water, and did make it to the other side. as for the situation on highway 1, work on that highway is expected to begin tomorrow. but there is no word on when that roadway will be reopened. live in santa rosa, ken wayne, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> from ken, we turn to ktvu's noel walker, live in mill valley, where saturated soil helped bring down a tree tonight. >> reporter: pretty much a nonevent. but take a look around me, the ground is so saturated, there is still standing water in many locations. mother nature is dealing some a glancing blow. when a tree fell in the woods, hope owner, greg shryer definitely heard it. >> the tree slowly came on the line, and pulled the
committed suicide after he opened fire at the school. the man used two guns both registered to his mother. this boy, with the permission of his parents talked about what he witnessed. >> and we got to the cubies and police came running in asking is everything okay. another policeman came in to make sure that police already came in to check. >> reporter: terrified parents rushed into the school desperately looking for their children. >> it's cheer terror and a sense of immediate urgency and you know to get to your child. >> reporter: president obama expressed the grief of the nation. >> the majority of those who died today were children. beautiful little kids between the ages of five and 10 years old. >> reporter: from the scene in connecticut we turn flow to ktvu's amber lee with new information about the gunman and the puzzle investigators are piecing together tonight. >> reporter: the picture that's emerging is about a troubled young man who didn't cause much attention to himself throughout most of his life. sudden listen causing headlines as the perpetrator of the worse shooting in thi
. >> when we have a crisis like this, the really important for us to be able to be with other people, and be able to acknowledge our feelings of sadness, or anger. >> reporter: as people prayed, and sang, their hearts were heavy. many fought back tears thinking about the horrific event. >> we pray for the family who is are grieving. we pray for those who are wounded, and recovering. we pray for those who protected others. and we pray for others who werenesses to this event. >> reporter: one person with a special bond in town is betty. she grew up there. her grief clearly visible. >> at a time like this, our country needs to be united, and feel like we're one. supporting each other. feeling good about that and feeling like there's hope. >> reporter: hope that those suffering such a loss will find comfort knowing that strangers thousands of miles away stand beside them. >>> mother details now about another bay area candlelight vigil scheduled in pleasanton. >>> tonight, the fbi is saying they couldn't retain any information from the computer of adam lanza. special electronics experts t
later pronounced deceased. >> reporter: the waves do go real high. >> reporter: rescuers led us down this steep side. >> i don't know if it was the high tide that caused the accident. we're trying to get information out to the public, know your tides, know your limits and go out there with a good plan. >> reporter: investigators say at least one other person was with the victims and was able to get out of the surf and call 911. it's not clear how long they were in the water. around the same time of the emergency we heard from surfers about the surf conditions. >> some people went out there and got some beer in the face but they got out okay. >> reporter: their coast guards made 70 saves rescuing penal -- rescuing people out of the water this year alone. investigators will investigate what happened in this case. >>> we're back on storm watch tonight after a dry day yesterday. here's a live look at the golden gate bridge. you can see the rain has already moved back in leaving rain drops on our camera and dampening the roadway on the golden gate bridge. we want to check in with mark tam
told us what they thought with tonight's game against the denver broncos. >> reporter: tonight every person told us they are opposed to any change to how the game is played. >> i want to see my boys crush manning that's what i want to see. >> reporter: these football fans knew they came to see their beloved team and denver quarterback peyton manning one of the game's best. but many fans didn't know that the national football team is thinking about getting rid of the kick off. >> what a collision. >> reporter: it's the play that start it is game. the second half and follows each touchdown and field goal. >> to eliminate the kick off, i don't know why we would eliminate the kick off. >> reporter: in this week's time magazine cover story, roger goodell brings up the idea to make the game safer. >> they better not. no. >> reporter: the thomases live in sacramento and are the proud parents of thomas of the denver broncos. >> don't be out to hurt, be out to play the game. >> it's football. pain is part of the game. injury is part of the game. i was a football player, i broke my leg in half
of sexual abuse. josh solomon showed us the boy scout uniform he wore. merit badges for learning how to canoe, and cook. each also memories of abuse. >> hard to separate everything out there. >> reporter: one patch marks the camp where it happened. between 1982 and 1983. he says the scout leader would invite solomon into his tent, and sexually molest him. >> he was a leader. you sort of made sure you were doing things his way. he was really gruff. you wanted his approval. >> reporter: solomon kept silent for more than 30 years. never telling his family until now. >> boys take pride on being tough. >> reporter: thousands of secret files kept by the boy scouts of america. a list of troop leaders expelled due to allegations of sexual misconduct with children. the documents also show a trail of attempts to cover up the allegations. i contacted the boy scouts of america tonight, and they sent me this response. quote, in certain cases our response to these cases and efforts to protect youth were plainly insufficient, inappropriate, or wrong. we extend our deepest apologies to victims and t
by homes and one man showed us his dock swept away and floating in the river. >> there were 14 steps here, how many are left? six. so it's come up seven, eight steps within five hours. >> reporter: at the crossing of river road and waller road, water spilled over the bank of west creek flooding the pavement. cars tried to drove through the water. >> people need to have a radio transmitter, who is to say when they have to get out of the house because of flooding. >> reporter: back here live, the russian river could come within a foot or two of the flood point which is 32 feet. you can see how fast it's moving now. the flash flood watch is expected to continue through sunday evening. live in healdsburg, jana katsuyama. >>> now to the santa cruz mountains where today's storms left damage in its wake. maureen naylor continues our coverage now. she is in felton where a critical road for several communities is closed at this hour, maureen. >> reporter: the wind and light wind started picking up once again. north of here two lanes of this highway are shut down tonight in both directions. people
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